San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Companies such as Facebook and Uber are growing at unprecedented rates using a growth hacking process pioneered in Silicon Valley. This discussion will help your company tap into these emerging best practices for driving growth. Sean will share his direct experience driving growth at companies such as Dropbox, Eventbrite, LogMeIn and Qualaroo.
Uncover the Keys to Drive Rapid, Sustainable Growth for your company!
Scaling growth requires teams to move quickly to seize opportunities while aligning the team's efforts to achieve objectives. In this workshop, we will discuss how your team can:
- Uncover the unique opportunities for your business
- Scale growth with a growth team and high tempo testing process
- Coordinate your testing efforts with a weekly growth meeting
This workshop, co-hosted with BCG Digital Ventures, is tailored to marketing leaders, heads of growth, founders, CXO, directors and other experienced growth contributors and will provide immediate takeaways you can use to drive growth. It'll also will be a chance to get together with other growth leaders in and around Berlin.
Attendance is very limited to maximize group interaction so sign up today.
11.15 Part 1: Uncovering the unique growth opportunities for your business
12.30 Part 2: Scaling with a high tempo testing process and agile growth team
Sean Ellis is the Founder and CEO of GrowthHackers and previously was Founder and CEO of Qualaroo (acquired in Feb 2016). Sean has also held early marketing leadership roles at Dropbox, Eventbrite, Lookout, LogMeIn (IPO), and Uproar (IPO). Sean coined the term "growth hacking' and has been quoted in or written for the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fast Company, Wired, TechCrunch, and American Express Open.
When & Where
Sean Ellis and GrowthHackers.com
As a leader in the growth space, coining the term GrowthHacker, Sean played key early growth & marketing roles at several companies including Dropbox, Eventbrite, LogMeIn, Lookout & Uproar. Now founder & CEO of GrowthHackers.